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91.C HUNTLEY ^"^"'^'^^ VOLUME 3 NUMBER 34 THURS., NOVEMBER 22, 1962 PHONE: 312-669-5621 (any time) (If no anwser) 815>-459-0998 8 PAGES MAILED AND DISTRIBUTED WEEKLY Grand Opening of Ben Franklin Joe Rizzo, owner of the Ben Franklin Store in Huntley, an¬ nounced today that on Friday and Saturday, November 23 and 24, they will hold their Grand Open¬ ing. The ceremonies will begin on Friday at 9:00 a.m. with a ribbon cutting. Mayor Wilpault Brill as well as officials of the Ben Frank¬ lin Chain will be present. Two days of store wide sales with free gifts for the Ladies and ballons for the children will climax the Grand Ot)cning. P.T.A. Meeting by Roger A. Perley The mooting opened at 8:05 p.m. with vice-president 4. Kopsell pre¬ siding. The secretary's rejwrt was presented by Mr. Perley; accepted the treasurer's rajwrt was given by Mrs. Hernandez; accepted. Mr. N. Barnett moved that the $5.00 McHenry County P. T. A. council dues be paid. Seconded by Mi-s^^-lls: carried Mrs. Hennig, Mefl^lship Chair¬ man, reported that a few more additional members enrolled. Mrs. Korwin, Health Comittee Chairman of the Huntley Board of Education, presented a report and demonstration concerning the eye testing machine donated by the Huntloy Lions j^'b. She was assisted by Mrs. ^r.-.', and Mrs. Barrett (who acted in the part of being tested on the machine. It was stressed that this was a screening device only. Mrs. Korwin also montionel that the TB skin test will be offered to all children in the school on Wodnesdai', November 21. 1962. Mr. Dolanoy prosonted a brief report on the recent Variety Show. He felt that the show did not prove as successful as orginally anticipated, and he recommended using another moans next year as a P. T. A. fund raiser. A request was made of the P.T.A. members for three per¬ sons to attend the Junior College Study Group for McHenry Coun¬ ty. Mr. Hernandt-z was the only volunteer; two other ix)sitions are still open. If any other pci-sons are continued on page 5 Redskin Basketball Team Achievement Night at 4-H The Huntley Harvesters meet jointly with Grafton Girls and Jr. Clovers 4H clubs for their annual achievement awards night. This was attended by about 150 mem¬ bers, parents and friends. After singing the Grace Song a delicious fxjt luck supper was en¬ joyed. Our MC. for the evening was Marjorie Jensen who called upon Linda Koch and Penny Ruth to led us in the pledge to the flag and the 4-H pledge. This was fol¬ lowed b\ the Grafton Girls, "Spel¬ ling Skit.". Mrs. Albert Jensen and Mi-s. Helmuth Thurow spoke in behalf of the Grafton and Coral Home Bureau Units which sponsor the two girls 4-H clubs. Mrs. Wilmor Montayne and Mrs. George Borhart gave out the Jun¬ ior Clover awards. The group sang. "I'm Looking ^Bff a 4-H Clover", led my David Hemmer. Grafton Girls awards were presented by Mrs. Driwin Gorhart' and, Mrs. i Clarence Kopisell. Mary Borhart and Frances Donahue led the .stretcher, "Heg^Shoulders, Knee and Toes." ej^S Legion Feather Party Pictured above is Louis Schactner, CTiairman of the American Legion Feather party held last Saturday night. Louis is auctioning off one of the many things at the party which was a huge success. Mr. Delwin Gorhart, Mr. Ralph Henning and Mr. Harold Swanson passed out the awards to the Huntley Harvesters. The meeting was closed by e\er>-one singing, "God Bless •\mcrica." Huntley Lions Club Meeting by Roger A. Perely Thirteen Lion members were present for the first November meeting of the Huntley Lions (^lub. They were served a delicious turkey dinner by the American Legion Auxiliary, at the Huntley American Legion Home. Lion Thurow presented the Sec¬ retary's report and the Treasurers report- they were accepted. Lion Weber gave the summary report concerning the recent trap shoot and prize drawing. It was reported that all tickets to the prize drawing were sold. Lions Ortleib. Rholwing. and Lamb were appointed as a commit- t'.v to plan the Lions ChrLstmas Party. Portion for the Grade .School Christmas Program of Dec. 19, 1062. Lions Cole and Miller were ap- ¦ pointed as a committee to see about a Ladies Night in regard to a Christmas Party for the Lions and Lionesses. Lions Bankus, Meyer, and Weber are to act as a committee in see¬ ing about a Lions and Lionesses trip to Chicago in regard to seeing a stage show. The meeting was then adjourn¬ ed since no further business was to be conducted. Laundromat T Day _ Charles and Frieda Lamb, own¬ ers of the Huntley Laundromat, announced today that Thursday and Friday November 29 and 30, the Laundromat will hold a dollar day on Dry cleanink. For every load you have cleaned, the Laun¬ dromat will give you a silver dol¬ lar. Limit—two load per family. Further details can be found on page three in the Laundromat ad. Holstein Assoc. Brattleboro, Vt. Lee Hennig, Huntley, Illinois, re¬ cently exported a registered Hol¬ stein cow to South America. Hennigs Skyliner Ideal Star No. 5313799 is now en route to her new home in the herd of Enrique Dibos Dammert, Camana 615 of 501. Lima, Peru, South America. In announcing the transaction. The Holstein-Friesian Association of America reported a continuing export demand for registered seed stock backed by official records of both production and type. SCHOOL FILE HUNTLEY HIGH SCHOOL HUNTLEY, ILL 5c PER COPY 62-63 Schedule For Basketball The following is the 1962 ~ 63 Huuntley Redskin Basketball Sch¬ edule. ' NOV. 2T RICHMOND H Xov. 30 — Deo. 1 Hebron Bas- Itetbail Tournament at North Boon. Deo. 4 Malta T Deo. 8 Hebron T Dee. 11 Central T Deo. 15 Riclunond T Deo. 18 Hampshire H Deo. 21 Hiawatha H Jan. 4 GfMina H Jan. 8 Big Roclt H Jan. 11 Haneland T Jan. 15 Hampshire T Jan. 19 IVEarengo H Jan. 22 — 25 LitUe 8 Conferance ai Central Jan. 29 Malta H Feb. 5 Hebron H Feb. 8 Genoa T Feb. 15 Hiawatha T Feb. 19 Kaneland H Feb. 22 Central H Feb. 25 — March 1 Diet. Toor. Concert Next Wed.Qight by Roger A. Perley The Junior Chorus, Beginners' Band, and the Cadet Band will present they^nnual Winter Con¬ cert on W^^day Evemng, No¬ vember 28,'^JB2, at 8:15 p.m. at the Huntley Consolidated Schools Gym., Huntley, Illinois. There will be no admission charge, although persons wishing to make a dona¬ tion may do so in the free-will offering box at the exit. The newly orgainzed Elective Junior Chorus will open the pro¬ gram, and present six numbers; these compositions are: "Ezekiel Saw De Wheel", arranged by N. Cain; the "Cradle Song", arrang¬ ed by F. Wick; "Deck the Halls", arranged by P. Stone; "Where C3o The Boats", by F. O. Harris; "Cru¬ sader's Hymn", arranged by F. Wick; and "Piping Tim of Gala- way", arranged by F. Wick. The Beginner's Band, who have started studying their instru- continued on page 5 Concert Wednesday nite Little America Feather Party Pictured above are people at Little America's Poultry sale hdd last Friday and Saturday night, November 16th and 17tb.
|Title||The Huntley Farmside|
|Creator||The Huntley Farmside|
|Coverage||Huntley, Illinois, United States|
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